Former top Michigan football recruit Justin Turner turns up in Hawaii's class
Former star Michigan football recruit Justin Turner has resurfaced at Hawaii.
The former five-star cornerback arrived in Ann Arbor in 2009, party to a recruiting class that included future stars such as Denard Robinson, Tate Forcier, Taylor Lewan and Fitz Toussaint.
Turner was ranked higher than any of them.
Yet, his time with Michigan got off to a rough start when he was delayed by the NCAA Clearinghouse. He eventually redshirted that season, then requested a release at the start of the 2010 fall camp.
He never played a down for the Wolverines.
Turner played last season at Scottsdale (Ariz.) Community College, then committed to join Hawaii's recruiting class on Dec. 4.
He is now ranked a two-star corner/safety, according to Scout.